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Date: 24 Mar 2007 10:26:21
From: Sportflyer
Subject: frothing soy milk
After trying several brands , I found that the Organic unsweetened soy milk
from Trader Joe's the "best" so far. Could this be due to the higher fat
content of 7% vs the other brands which are normally 5% ?

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Date: 25 Mar 2007 13:02:16
From: Rob Yokom
Subject: Re: frothing soy milk
All soy is organic. Organic=carbon based which includes pretty much every
living thing on this planet.

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> After trying several brands , I found that the Organic unsweetened soy
> milk from Trader Joe's the "best" so far. Could this be due to the higher
> fat content of 7% vs the other brands which are normally 5% ?
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Date: 25 Mar 2007 05:36:20
From: daveb
Subject: Re: frothing soy milk Actually soy JUICE
hard to froth JUICE!

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Date: 25 Mar 2007 04:30:23
From: D. Ross
Subject: Re: Grimac Mia's Intermittent Blasts
"daveb" <davebobblane@gmail.com > wrote (quoting me):



 
Date: 24 Mar 2007 18:27:20
From: Barry Jarrett
Subject: Re: frothing soy milk
On Sat, 24 2007 10:26:21 -0700, "Sportflyer"
<mode1flyerNOSPAM@netzero.net > wrote:

>After trying several brands , I found that the Organic unsweetened soy milk
>from Trader Joe's the "best" so far. Could this be due to the higher fat
>content of 7% vs the other brands which are normally 5% ?



try pacific foods "soy blenders"....


  
Date: 26 Mar 2007 09:40:27
From: Randy G.
Subject: Re: frothing soy milk
Barry Jarrett <barry@rileys-coffee.com > wrote:

>On Sat, 24 2007 10:26:21 -0700, "Sportflyer"
><mode1flyerNOSPAM@netzero.net> wrote:
>
> >After trying several brands , I found that the Organic unsweetened soy milk
> >from Trader Joe's the "best" so far. Could this be due to the higher fat
> >content of 7% vs the other brands which are normally 5% ?
>
>
>
>try pacific foods "soy blenders"....

That is the only soymilk I have ever seen that was able to create
latte art. A fellow named Jared who had a booth in Seattle for a
Barrista school up there used some to pour amazing latte art into a
small paper cup right before my eyes!!!

Unfortunately, Soy Blenders can be impossible to procure. They sell it
only to food service suppliers, and even my local natural food ket
that is listed as a seller of Pacific Foods products looked in their
catalog and Soy Blenders are not listed (I asked them to order me a
case).

I had communicated a number of times with Patrick Gabrish the Director
of Food service Sales at Pacific Foods and he wrote me saying, "...for
home use I would check out the Ambience brand at St & Final." The
nearest S+F is over an hour's drive one way from me so I have not had
the opportunity to check that out.

Randy "soyboy" G.
http://www.EspressoMyEspresso.com






  
Date: 24 Mar 2007 14:37:41
From: Sportflyer
Subject: Re: frothing soy milk
Maybe difficult to find even tho I am in the Portland area .

"Barry Jarrett" <barry@rileys-coffee.com > wrote in message
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> On Sat, 24 2007 10:26:21 -0700, "Sportflyer"
> <mode1flyerNOSPAM@netzero.net> wrote:
>
> >After trying several brands , I found that the Organic unsweetened soy
> >milk
> >from Trader Joe's the "best" so far. Could this be due to the higher fat
> >content of 7% vs the other brands which are normally 5% ?
>
>
>
> try pacific foods "soy blenders"....

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Date: 24 Mar 2007 18:14:23
From: Steve
Subject: Re: frothing soy milk
On Sat, 24 2007 10:26:21 -0700, "Sportflyer"
<mode1flyerNOSPAM@netzero.net > wrote:

>After trying several brands , I found that the Organic unsweetened soy milk
>from Trader Joe's the "best" so far. Could this be due to the higher fat
>content of 7% vs the other brands which are normally 5% ?

I'm able to get "artable" foam with WestSoy Organic, which is 5% fat.

I've never had good luck with the TJ stuff.
What machine are you frothing with?


  
Date: 24 Mar 2007 14:36:46
From: Sportflyer
Subject: Re: frothing soy milk
I am using Gaggia Carezza .

"Steve" <not@use.net > wrote in message
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> On Sat, 24 2007 10:26:21 -0700, "Sportflyer"
> <mode1flyerNOSPAM@netzero.net> wrote:
>
>>After trying several brands , I found that the Organic unsweetened soy
>>milk
>>from Trader Joe's the "best" so far. Could this be due to the higher fat
>>content of 7% vs the other brands which are normally 5% ?
>
> I'm able to get "artable" foam with WestSoy Organic, which is 5% fat.
>
> I've never had good luck with the TJ stuff.
> What machine are you frothing with?

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